JUDOKNIGHT works in partnership with many schools and organisations.
Primary schools: Arlecdon, Beckermet, Bransty, Jericho, Lamplugh, St Bridget's Egremont, Bookwell, St Joseph’s, St Begh’s, St Patrick’s, St Bridget’s Parton, Kell’s Infant, St James’ Junior, Hensingham, Monkwray Junior, Ennerdale & Kinniside, and Seascale.
Secondary schools: St. Benedict’s, Whitehaven, Mayfield School, West Lakes Academy and Lakes College West Cumbria, West Cumbria Learning Centre.
Organisations: Koka Kids, Inspira, Whitehaven Judo Club, British Judo Association (including School 2 Dojo and Club Mark), Phoenix Youth Project, Portsmouth Judo Club, and Hampshire and Isle of Wight Taiho Jutsu. Also, Copeland School Games Organiser and College Sportsmaker.
JudoKnight, in partnership with the Fighting Chance Project Yellow Belt Challenge, works with Active Cumbria to deliver SportEngland’s Sportivate program in West Cumbria.
JUDOKNIGHT becomes the first judo provider in the country to receive formal praise and official accreditation by the British Judo Association as an approved provider for judo in schools across North West Cumbria.
British Judo Association
The BJA, which is the national governing body for Judo, states: "Judo is a fascinating Olympic sport. More than that, it is an art form. It is now practiced in almost every country of the world."
JUDOKNIGHT becomes schools coaching arm of WJC
Whitehaven Judo Club was founded in 1969 by Brian Strickland and today lessons are taught in the Marchon Sports and Social club. For more information, telephone 07934777600.
Whitehaven Judo Club win Club Mark thanks to JUDOKNIGHT
The BJA Club Recognition scheme is an initiative to recognize and reward best practice within judo clubs. This forms part of the Sport England Clubmark. School 2 Dojo is part of this accreditation.